A weekly summer music series begins this week at a winery in Basehor.

Holy-Field Vineyard & Winery will host its first Summertime Music Series program of the year from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Friday.

The winery is located at 18807 158th St. in Basehor.

Jazz musician David Basse will be the featured performer.

The Cajun Nation KC food truck will be at the event.

Admission is $7 for adults. Children 12-under will be admitted free.

“Our music series is very popular,” said Michelle Meyer, who owns the establishment with her husband, Les. “I think especially this year, with the cold winter and the wet spring we’ve had, people have cabin fever and they are ready to get outside.”

This year’s kick-off performance will be the first of many weekly outdoor shows at the winery.

Musicians from the Kansas City area will perform each Friday night at the winery through Aug. 2.

A wide variety of food vendors will be featured each week.

Wine will be sold by the bottle from the tasting room at the winery. No outside alcohol is allowed.

For a complete list of musicians and food vendors scheduled at the winery this summer, visit www.holyfieldwinery.com

A limited amount of seating is available but visitors are encouraged to bring their own chairs or blankets.

Friday night’s weather forecast is calling for partly cloudy skies with a temperature in the low 70s. But weather is not a factor at the winery, which never cancels any of its music series performances. In the event of rain, the shows move inside the winery to the banquet hall.

For more information about the event, call the winery at 913-724-9463.